2014-2015 Seminar Series

All seminars run from 16.10 to 17.30, unless otherwise noted.

Date Speaker
Tue 7 Oct
ARTS 3.01
Jim Andreoni (University of California, San Diego)
Holier than thou? Testing models of social interaction in charitable giving
Tue 14 Oct
ARTS 3.01
Subhasish M. Chowdhury (School of Economics, UEA)
Group size and matching protocol in contests
Tue 21 Oct
ARTS 3.01
Mike Brock (School of Economics, UEA)
Putting Bambi in the firing line: Applying moral philosophy to environmental and economic attitudes on deer culling
Tue 28 Oct
ARTS 3.01
Andreas Leibbrandt (Monash University)
If one price is good, are two better? Experimental evidence on pricing and customer antagonism
Tue 4 Nov
ARTS 3.01
Anders Poulsen (School of Economics, UEA)
Focal agreements in bargaining situations with efficiency-equality tradeoffs: Experimental evidence
Tue 11 Nov
ARTS 3.01
David Rojo Arjona (University of Leicester)
Focality and asymmetry in multi-battle contests
Tue 18 Nov
ARTS 3.01
Pieter Serneels (School of International Development, UEA)
Agricultural workers' willingness to pay for malaria insurance at the workplace: Experimental evidence from Nigeria
Tue 25 Nov
ARTS 3.01
Amrish Patel (University of Gothenburg)
Reciprocity networks and the participation problem
Tue 9 Dec
ARTS 3.01
Enrique Fatás (School of Economics, UEA)
Complementary actions and antisocial behaviour
Tue 16 Dec
ARTS 3.01
Melanie Parravano (Norwich Medical School, UEA)
To pay or not to pay? Determinants of unlawful product acquisition
Date Speaker
Tue 27 Jan
ARTS 2.03
PhD Students
Student funding presentations
Tue 3 Feb
ARTS 2.05
Francesco Fallucchi (School of Economics, UEA)
Mind your own business: An experimental study on strategic ignorance in bargaining games
Sara Godoy (School of Economics, UEA)
Moral motivations for giving in dictator games: A cross-cultural comparison
Tue 10 Feb
ARTS 2.03
Mike Brock (School of Economics, UEA)
Putting Bambi in the firing line: Applying moral philosophy to environmental and economic attitudes on deer culling
Tue 17 Feb
ARTS 2.05
Jeff Carpenter (Middlebury College)
Incentives and the design of charitable fundraisers: Lessons from a field experiment
Tue 24 Feb
ARTS 01.02
Anita Kopányi-Peuker (University of Amsterdam)
Endogenous information disclosure in experimental oligopolies
Tue 3 Mar
ARTS 2.03
Patricio Dalton (Tilburg University)
Does the unemployment benefit institution affect the productivity of workers? Evidence from the field
Tue 10 Mar
ARTS 2.03
Francesco Guala (University of Milano Bicocca)
A political justification of nudging
Tue 17 Mar
ARTS 01.02
Antonio Cabrales (UCL)
Can there be a market for cheap-talk information? Some experimental evidence
Thu 26 Mar
ARTS 3.01
Tom Palfrey (Caltech)
Equilibrium tax rates and income redistribution: A laboratory study
Tue 14 Apr
ARTS 01.02
Theodore Turocy (School of Economics, UEA)
Two-bidder all-pay auctions with private signals: Experimental evidence
Tue 28 Apr
ARTS 3.27
Anders Poulsen (School of Economics, UEA)
Real-time non-cooperative tacit bargaining situations: An experiment
Tue 5 May
ARTS 01.01
David Hugh-Jones (School of Economics, UEA)
Coalition building and social identity

Tue 19 May
ARTS 3.27

Ben D'Exelle (School of International Development, UEA)
Network effects in games with aligned and conflicting interests: Evidence from rural Uganda

Fri 22 May
ARTS 3.27

Konstantina Mari (University of York)
Do People Disinvest Optimally?